read Jessa Crispin’s goodbye post here
"In many ways, the last twelve years were not really about, hey let’s talk about some books I’ve been reading. It was more about, how does one think through how one lives on the planet. How do you synthesize ideas, how do you follow a thought through centuries of other people’s thoughts. And look: I loved it." - Jessa Crispin
"I used to wear muumuus when I weighed 300 lbs, and it was great. They were the only thing that made my body feel free and real."
"There is something unnerving in these poems’ ambiguity of intent and meaning. Nothing is resolved, nothing is simply a joke or simply not, nothing is ‘honest’ or means one stable thing. Rogers said, in the same 2013 Burke interview, that she doesn’t think she is or can be ‘honest,’ only ‘accurate.’"
"Open your eyes. You’re still holding the dynamite."
- Ben Lerner (via kdecember)
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